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NOT EXLIBARY with NICE JACKET! 1974 Promontory press, good condition hardcover has some mild general reading wear, some edge scuffing/rubbing/small tears of Dj with tanning, nice unmarked interior but has tanning-a solid copy overall! We take great pride in accurately describing the condition of our books, ship within 48 hours and offer a 100% money back guarantee.
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Very Good in Fair jacket. Book Unclipt, Showing Edgewear & Tiny Rips, Bookplate. Pages Excellent, Clean, Yellowing. Strong Stitched Binding. Vintage Illustrations. Cover Very Good, Jacket Worn And Torn.
Near Fine in Very Good+ jacket. From the Cookery Americana Series, this volume includes two cookbooks: Presbyterian Cook Book, compiled by the Ladies of the First Presbyterian Church in Dayton, Ohio (published 1875) and Capital City Cook Book, by the Woman's Guild of Grace Church in Madison, Wisconsin (published 1906). These reprinted books offer a glimpse of 19th and early 20th century Americana and the efforts of resourceful homemakers to adapt to new environments and lifestyles. From the verso of the title page: "Cookery Americana is a series of 27 books in 15 volumes that chronicle a fascinating aspect of American social life over a 150-year period, from the original colonies to the Great Plains and westward to the Pacific. More than cookbooks, these were manuals for daily living: household management, etiquette, home medicinal remedies, and much more." Renowned chef and cookbook collector Louis I. Szathmary was the advisory editor for the series. A list of titles in this series is found on the last page of the book.
Szathmary, Louis. MIDWESTERN HOME COOKERY. NY: Promontory Press, 1974. 155pp., ads, index, illus. b/w. 8vo. Textblock pages toned, previous owner's name on first page, else fine hardcover in near fine d/j.
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